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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #53 - bumbojumbo
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The human record is 5.55.
User avatar #81 - lolzordz
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why would that blow your mind when you know theres a human record of 5.66?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v_Km6cv6DU
User avatar #86 to #81 - ADeadlYLepricoN
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Lol the speedstacks timer, I remember those things.
#35 - anon id: 6f6f32f1
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it's not legos, you can't make legos solve a rubik's cube
this is a robotics set made to solve cubes
User avatar #38 to #35 - gomugomuno
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that's actually a NXT Lego mindstorm robot. i got to use that for one of my programming projects at uni.
User avatar #39 to #38 - gomugomuno
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also that is about 7 or 8 of them together so its kind of like Lego where you can build what you want and make a program and program it
User avatar #47 - aftercafe
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Why didn't my legos ever look like that
#40 - gameshredder
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User avatar #64 to #40 - princeofbrokensoul
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source?
User avatar #70 to #64 - gameshredder
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#67 to #64 - anon id: 4b329fc6
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#33 - cfranche
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#9 - manna
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fake much?...
#10 to #9 - heyhosilver
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looks like it.

esspecially because it's made of lego.
#11 to #10 - manna
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plus they measured the time of assembly with a phone -.-
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#14 to #13 - manna
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i thought that too at first but its actually just a timer
User avatar #19 to #9 - akkere
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Lego has a sets like TECHNIC or Mind Stormz (can't remember what the latter is called) that's often used by engineering students as legitimate building blocks for technical designing.
Most of the time it's simple products like a crane or a car, but occasionally you have someone that manages to produce something as complex as like what's seen in the gif.
User avatar #1 - redrex
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******* legos*
#3 to #1 - anon id: cdc3b6a4
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******* Lego bricks*

Simply calling them "Legos" is actually deemed by the company to be technically incorrect. Everyone does it, though. Similarly to how people call cotton swabs "Q-Tips", tissues "Kleenex", and adhesive bandages "Band-Aids"; referring to a generic item by a brand-name, regardless of whoever made it.

Speaking of "technically", these are specifically Lego bricks from their "TECHNIC" line of sets.

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#8 to #3 - itachijebest
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here you go
User avatar #41 to #3 - icameisawilostit
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Do forgive my intrusion, respectable Anon, but are those pieces not from the "Minstorms" line of LEGO products?
(With exception to the mobile smartphone, of course)
#24 to #3 - anon id: 7f9ccd93
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In England, we call band-aids/adhesive bandages plasters.
User avatar #127 - edzero
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Made out of...LEGOS?!?!?!
User avatar #135 to #127 - ilikeeggs
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lego robotics. my school does **** like this all the time
User avatar #136 to #135 - edzero
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That's a very nice school you have there...
User avatar #115 - Forfunaccount
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What's weird is that regular people can do it faster.
#114 - hammarhead
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It's probably just doing the hyperplex, the same sequence they all use....
It's probably just doing the hyperplex, the same sequence they all use....
User avatar #110 - MRfunnyFACE
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freekin robotic science
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#56 to #54 - beatusnox
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Kids in High School as in not the scientists that cure cancer probably made this... My school had robotics and was broke as ****...
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#61 to #54 - howaboutnsfw
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Because it's the kind of scientists that have the ability to do the research to cure cancer that really love rubiks cubes and legos
#50 - iamphoenix
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Or you could ask a Japanese fourth grader to do it for you.
#49 - antoniospaghettio
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I wonder what would happen, if you would give this thing a "impossible rubix cube" (meaning the one that can not be solved).
I know it's a good way to troll someone who's really good at solving them.
User avatar #55 to #49 - flufferduff
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Its impossible for there to be an unsolvable one because if you turn a side, you can always turn it back to its original position. you can just as easily reverse a full sequence of turns so there is always a way to solve one.
#124 to #55 - antoniospaghettio
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Not true - you can make it impossible to solve by replacing one (or more) of the squares.
Look it up!
User avatar #126 to #124 - flufferduff
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but it has to be normal in its original state! I dont understand. replacing one cube is going to render that whole puzzle useless.
#48 - cdroid
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Well, a Rubriks cube is never more than 20 revolutions from solving, but finding an algorithm to solve it in that few rotations is the hard part.
Also I've worked with NXT Bricks before, and I have no idea how you built that.
However, you put the machine at a disadvantage; speed champions get to analyze it before the clock starts.
#43 - anon id: 06942020
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and it looks like the phone is using android or beba

try doing this with an iPhone
#44 to #43 - anon id: 5197ae38
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The only tricky part would be getting past all of apple's barriers. It wouldn't be complex at all the translate the code.

Being made by apple doesn't make the iPhone incapable or something.
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User avatar #27 to #21 - xenriath
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i can solve one in a 1 min 30 seconds. xD
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